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Gross written premiums of non-life insurance in Poland 2012-2016

Total value of non-life insurance gross written premiums in Poland from 2012 to 2016 (in billion Polish zloty)

by James Cherowbrier, last edited Jul 20, 2018
Gross written premiums of non-life insurance in Poland 2012-2016 This statistic illustrates the total value of gross written non-life insurance premiums in Poland from 2012 to 2016. During this five year period, the value of gross written non-life insurance premium generally increased with some fluctuation. In 2012, value of written premiums amounted to approximately 25.65 billion Polish zloty, by 2016 the value of written premiums had increased to nearly 30.3 billion Polish zloty.
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Total value of non-life insurance gross written premiums in Poland from 2012 to 2016 (in billion Polish zloty)

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by James Cherowbrier, last edited Jul 20, 2018
This statistic illustrates the total value of gross written non-life insurance premiums in Poland from 2012 to 2016. During this five year period, the value of gross written non-life insurance premium generally increased with some fluctuation. In 2012, value of written premiums amounted to approximately 25.65 billion Polish zloty, by 2016 the value of written premiums had increased to nearly 30.3 billion Polish zloty.
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